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A cable grip prevents tugging on the cable causing the wires to be pulled out from the plug.
i think the cable grip holds everything inside the plug as you can tell from the name.
No. Trolley cars are powered by an electric cable, and have electric motors. Cable cars, such as the ones in San Francisco, have a steel cable that moves in a slot in the street. The cable car has a "grip" that clamps onto the cable, and the car is pulled along until the "grip" is released.
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woven wire rope to mount a cable.
A cord grip stops unnecessary movement of an electrical cable. In a plug - it stops strain being put on the terminals, in an appliance - it stops the cable rubbing against the case.
For extra grip in case you fall.
A cord grip, also known as a strain relief grip or cable grip, is used to secure the end of a cable or cord to a device or fixture. It helps to relieve strain on the electrical connections and prevent the cord from pulling out or getting damaged. The grip typically has a threaded body that screws onto the cord, providing a secure and tight connection.
The purpose of a cable puller is to allow a system of wires to pull a heavier load. A cable puller will then be used to feed the cable through on this system.
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